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stipulate

(of a plant) having stipules
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All existent analyses of the phenomenon resort to some form of stipulative mechanism: separate, underlyingly-specified morphemes, prespecifled templates, language-specific, or stipulatory rules, etc.
The role of the so-called "historical prologue" of the Hittite vassal treaties was not to present a literary-historiographic treatise, but rather to marshal legal arguments and facts in order to justify the terms of subordination set forth in the stipulatory section.
If Portia is legalistic, stipulatory, in her forgiveness of part of what Shylock has done and said, the reason may lie in her perception of him as an alien, like Morocco, the "other" who will never be "Venetian." (18) She and the Venetians in the courtroom, for the time being, may have halted the operation of the Venetian paradigm, by which pained inhabitants of the city of Venice heap pain on others.